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... and we took a few wrong turns which had has finding cheap fuel in maybe not the safest part of town. Although the petrol station did have a barber shop, Cuban café and a car wash. We were asked if we wanted our car washed but politely declined.
Eventually we got on track and headed south to the Keys. We were expecting traffic to be bad seeing it was Thanksgiving but it was very quiet. Wade was a pretty good driver although my constant move to ...
... On the road by 07:00, I finished South
Carolina, Georgia (watching my speed here) and Florida where the
Welcome Centre provided some free top-notch orange juice. The drive
to the Everglades seems to take forever but I made it before dark...
The Everglades had a good wet season
with the highest water level that I have ever seen. Perhaps the
diversions along ...
The drive out of Key West was uneventful. Derrell and Fon followed but were behind us a couple of hours we were hoping to catch up in the Everglades. Some of our other friends were leaving in the next couple of days and basically taking the same route into the Everglades and west.
We made it the South East Entrance to the Everglades National Park. I especially wanted to see the park and once in the park was hoping to at ...
... has returned heavier than ever. The nearest bar is called Bourbon Street and has a huge red stiletto hanging above its entrance with rainbow flags blowing from its balcony so we seek shelter there.
If there was any doubt that it's a gay bar the amount of go-go boys in underwear dancing on the bar while old men stuff dollar bills into their pants, makes it obvious. One in a cowboy hat and cigarette is wearing just a hankie-sized bandana wrapped strategically around his pride and ...
... boat he motors around the harbor.
We lived in a 500 year old house looking up at the Alhambra in Granada
Spain, studied Spanish, Flamenco Dancing, and Flamenco guitar. Made
lots of friends and did lots of snowboarding.
We cruised the Caribbean in a giant ship that has theaters, bars,
restaurants, climbing walls, zip lines, and even an ice skating rink.
We spent a day on the beaches of ...